❄ Sledding Hills ❄

Click on the links and you’ll see a description, pictures,
and maps for most of the hills.
And some with sledding videos!
Some “official” municipal hills have conditions posted on city FB pages, or websites. But it’s usually a “go and check it out yourself” situation.
We have NOT been to all of these hills, and this is not a complete list of what’s around Montreal.
Got a suggestion for the list? Let me know!


Ahuntsic-Cartierville

des Hirondelles Park (summer review with pictures of the sledding hill in the photo gallery)
Parc-nature de l’Île-de-la-Visitation (links to our summer review and the park’s site with details about sledding/skiing)


Baie D’urfe

Allan’s Hill


Beaconsfield

Beaconsfield Golf Course
Beacon Hill Park
Brookside Park
Windermere Park/Sherwood Forest School


Côte Saint-Luc

Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park (summer review with pictures of the sledding hill in the photo gallery)


Dorval

Dorval Arena Hill
Westwood Park Hill (behind the arena, adjacent to the airport)


Dollard-des-Ormeaux

Centennial (William Cosgrove) Park
Westminster Park


Kirkland

Meades Park (was MIA in 2015-2016 season as there wasn’t enough snow to build the hill)


Lachine

Grovehill Park
Newly redone, there are now activities from mid-January through March!


Laval

Centre de la Nature Laval (Cooooool. This is our summer review, and scroll down to the bottom of the post to find the link to the Centre’s AWESOME winter activities)
Parc des Prairies (our summer review with a link to the park’s brochure)


Le Sud-Ouest

La Pente à Neige at Parc Ignace Bourget.
We’ve been to this huge park in the summer, but have yet to visit the amazing-looking sledding/skiing/snowboarding/tubing hill. All info is in the link. You can even take lessons all winter!


Montreal

Mount Royal-Beaver Lake


Outremont

Beaubien Park (our summer review, and I didn’t get a great picture of the sledding hill, but the borough always posts great shots and video on their FB page during the winter. Link in my post to the winter rules.)


Pierrefonds-Roxboro

Grier Park (our summer review with a pic of the newly-built sledding hill in the photo gallery)
Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park
Alexander Park
Cyril W. McDonald Park
Duval Park


Pincourt

Olympique (Omni) Park (our summer review with a pic of the sledding hill in the winter)
Taillon Park (our summer review with a pic of the newly-built sledding hill in the photo gallery)


Pointe Claire

Sunnyside (Belmont and Coolbreeze)
St. John Fisher Avenue
 –Hermitage Park


Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie

Pélican Park (Our summer review, and I forgot to put a pic of the hill. Oops! Will try and find one from my files because I remember it looked great.)
Joseph-Paré Park (link to our summer review with a pic of the hill)


Saint-Laurent

Philippe-Laheurte Park (part 2) (link to our summer review with a couple of pics of the hill)
Hartenstein Park (link to our summer review with a couple of pics of the hill)
Saint Laurent Park  (link to our summer review with a couple of pics of the hill)
Bois Franc Park (link to our summer review with a couple of pics of the hill)
Parc-nature Bois-de-Liesse (des Champs entrance)


Saint-Lazare

Parc nature les Forestiers (tube sledding, free for residents)
-Parc Bedard (our summer review with link to the city’s site with winter pictures)


Saint-Léonard

-Delorme Park ((link to our summer review with a couple pics of the hill)
-Coubertin Park (link to our summer review with a couple pics of the hill)
-Giuseppe-Garibaldi Park (link to our summer review, but no picture of the hill,
I honestly am not sure where it is in giant park!)


Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Morgan Arboretum (our summer review with a link to the sledding info)


Vaudreuil-Soulanges area

“Coup de coeur de l’équipe tourisme : endroits où glisser”

Parc Delpha-Sauvé (Valleyfield)
They make snow at this great hill with multiple runs! 


Vaudreuil-Dorion

Mozart Park (our summer review with a pic of the small sledding hill)


Verdun

Arthur-Therrien Park (our summer review with pic of the hill and a LINK at the bottom of the post to the info for sledding, tubing etc available at the park.)


Westmount

King George Park (we haven’t visited in winter, but you can see a pic of the hill in our summer review. Looks awesome!)